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2019 Schedule
1-8, 4th in NFC East
Hasselbeck: There's a reason Haskins wasn't playing (1:47)
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2dJohn Keim

Haskins to start rest of season for Redskins

Rookie Dwayne Haskins will be the Redskins' starting quarterback for the remainder of the season, interim coach Bill Callahan said Monday.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Bill Callahan said Dwayne Haskins will be the starter for the rest of the season.

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5dJohn Keim

Redskins choose not to pay Williams' 2019 salary

The Redskins have chosen not to pay the remaining $5.1 million of Trent Williams' salary after placing the offensive tackle on the non-football injury list Thursday.

Yates: Williams missing out on nearly $10 million (1:55)
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Redskins shutting down OT Williams for season

The Redskins have placed Trent Williams on the reserve/non-football injury list, ending a monthslong saga involving the star offensive tackle and the team.

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6dJohn Keim

Source: Peterson may start despite Guice return

Running back Adrian Peterson is expected to continue to start for the Redskins despite the return of Derrius Guice off injured reserve, a source told ESPN. Guice started in Week 1, and Peterson was deactivated.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Despite winning yesterday the Dolphins still have the best chance to earn the No. 1 overall pick, per FPI. Dolphins 37% Bengals 34% Jets 11% Redskins 11% Giants 4% Falcons 2%

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins receiver Paul Richardson said, "The message can't keep being, 'We're close, we're close.' The message can't be I'm proud of your guys' effort, get ready for next week. We have to put points on the board, put touchdowns on the board. That's what wins at this level." The Redskins haven't scored a touchdown in their last 13 quarters.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins running back Adrian Peterson said, "I feel the frustration I promise you. Since Bill [Callahan] took over we're doing things a little different. We've been in every game. We're doing something right, but we need to do more right. The narrative shifts when that appears. It just sucks that it hasn't. It's always the small things."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Biggest takeaway: The Redskins have a decision to make, but there's one that makes sense: sticking with Dwayne Haskins. He wasn't great in his start vs. Buffalo; he also wasn't real bad. However, there was growth in some areas. Also, at 1-8, the Redskins don't have much going on for them and Case Keenum wasn't exactly on fire and they seemingly refuse to go back to Colt McCoy. Bill Callahan was non-committal, but it makes sense to stick with the rookie to see if he continues to grow.

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Union blasts NFL Network info on Trent Williams

The NFL Players Association came to the defense of Washington Redskins tackle Trent Williams by accusing the NFL Network of using misinformation in an attempt to tarnish the player's reputation.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins interim coach Bill Callahan said he doesn't know yet if Dwayne Haskins will start at quarterback after the bye week. Callahan said he felt Haskins managed the game well but he wants him to work on being better with third down pass protections. Overall, Callahan said Haskins' reads were clean.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins dropped to 1-8 after a 24-9 loss to Buffalo in quarterback Dwayne Haskins' first start. Haskins completed 15-of-22 passes for 144 yards and no touchdowns or interceptions. There just wasn't much going on in the pass game and Adrian Peterson managed just seven yards rushing after halftime. The defense still plays bad on third downs -- they allowed six-of-12 to be converted. It's been a common theme throughout the season.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Right tackle Morgan Moses has returned to the game. He missed the last series with a pectoral issue.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins have not scored a touchdown in their last 12 quarters, dating to the third quarter in their Week 6 win over Miami. They have kicked six field goals during this stretch. Sunday, a shanked punt gave them possession at the Buffalo 35-yard line -- and they failed to even get in the red zone. They are zero for two in the red zone today.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Right tackle Morgan Moses is questionable to return with a pec injury.

Team Stats

Passing Yards169.731st
Rushing Yards89.425th
Points For12.032nd
Points Against24.3